Robert (gurdonark) wrote,
Robert
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celebration pass sunday

Last night the rain fell assiduously. My wife watched it flow like a river down the street. We live on higher ground. So we had no threat from the water. But an August rain this early with such volume is a bit unusual.

I started my morning in Shawnee Park. A Green Heron stood on the railings. Three Eastern Phoebes stood in a disc golf cage, as if they shot birdies. A spot of sprinkle did not deter me. 

I stopped by a Dollar General. My car phone charger stopped being effective. So I got a replacement. Then I headed to Weight Watchers. I was up a pound and four-tenths. After work, I walked a bit in Hoblitzelle Park. Then I headed to church. I was pleased that the minister spoke firmly about the fascists and neo-Nazis in Virginia, and how this kind of bigotry has no place in our society.

In the afternoon, I walked on the Celebration Pass Trail. I liked the Snowy Egret with its golden feet, and the tiny rabbit that posed along the sidewalk. I fell asleep in the late afternoon, and slept until 6 p.m. I walked in Green Park, and then picked up take-out from El Pollo Loco.






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